About Me

I am a senior at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduating in June 2017. I am double majoring in computer science and mathematics.

After graduation, I will be working on my Masters of Engineering (MEng) at MIT in the field of machine learning.

My primary academic interests broadly span machine learning, information, and natural language processing. I am also interested in security and cryptography.

I am originally from Long Island, New York. In my free time I enjoy sailing, tinkering with computers, and world traveling.

Papers

[pdf]   B. Carter, K. Leidal, D. Neal, Z. Neely. Survey of Fully Verifiable Voting Cryptoschemes. 2016.

[url]   S.P. Epstein, K.B. Fernandez, B.M. Carter, S.A. Abdou, N. Gadaria, P. A. Asbell. Safety and Efficacy of Ganciclovir Ophthalmic Gel for Treatment of Adenovirus Keratoconjunctivitis Utilizing Cell Culture and Animal Models. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2012;53(14):6203.

Portfolio

Click on any of the projects below to learn more. You can also take a look at some of the contributions I have made on GitHub.


Twitter NLP Twitter NLP Follower Prediction
ICU Patient Predictions ICU Patient Predictions
Academics for the Future of Science Academics for the Future of Science
Ploegh Lab Website Ploegh Lab Website
StudentsThink StudentsThink

Contact

My email is bcarter [at] mit [dot] edu. Feel free to also connect with me on LinkedIn.

I look forward to getting in touch!